"W. John Guineau" wrote:
> My plan is to load the Tcl interpreter from within Java, 
> and then interact with it from Java. We would then write 
> Tcl extensions that essentially wind thier way back into 
> our Java code, and therefore have access to all the 
> functionality we already have. We will also need to single 
> step the interpreter and view/modify variables from within 
> the Java code.

You can certainly write extensions this way, but why not use the java
package, which is reflection based, instead?  I find it easier to just
invoke my methods directly from Tcl than to try to write a custom

Jeff Sturm

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